Intergovernmental Relations Committee

Purpose

The Intergovernmental Relations Committee (IRC) is a City Council sub-committee that consists of three council members that study pending legislation and meet to talk about how it could affect the City.

Background

The IRC was established to allow for a more comprehensive focus on pending legislation that could impact the City. Current members are Mayor Kim Carr, Mayor Pro Tem Barbara Delgleize, and Council Member Mike Posey. The staff liaison is Catherine Jun.

Meeting Times and Dates

All meetings are open to the public and special meetings may be called in conformance with the Ralph M. Brown Act. Meetings are typically held the third Wednesday of each month at 3:30pm in City Hall - see appropriate Agenda for specific meeting room.

The public is encouraged to come and participate with comments up to 3 minutes at the beginning of the agenda.

Agenda & Minutes

 


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